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Major League Baseball (MLB) is a professional baseball organization that began in 1903 when the American League and National League merged to form one league.
In 1901, the war between the AL and the NL kickstarted when four teams was dropped in the National Legaue (NL) which sparked out a war between the two federations in trying to keep the unity in baseball around North East America. This war which would last a whole year would finish in 1902 when NL and the AL (American League) decided to merge their leagues into one with what would be called a World Series at the post end of the season. In the first few seasons, the National League dominated the American League as they won seven of the first nine editions of the World Series with only the 1906 edition being a victory to the AL as the Chicago White Sox won the World Series 4-1 over fellow Chicago team the Cubs. During the run, the New York Giants became the first team to win back to back tournaments when they took out the 1904 and 1905 World Series before Chicago won the next three editions of the Series.
|Year||Winning team||Games||Losing team|
|1903||Pittsburgh Pirates (NL)||5-4||Boston Americans (AL)|
|1904||New York Giants (NL)||4-0||Boston Americans (AL)|
|1905||New York Giants (NL)||4-0||Chicago White Sox (AL)|
|1906||Chicago White Sox (AL)||4-1||Chicago Cubs (NL)|
|1907||Chicago Cubs (NL)||4-0||Detroit Tigers (AL)|
|1908||Chicago Cubs (NL)||4-0||Cleveland Naps (AL)|
|1909||Pittsburgh Pirates (NL)||4-3||Detroit Tigers (AL)|
|1910||Philadelphia Athletics (AL)||4-1||Chicago Cubs (NL)|